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Old June 29th, 2008, 07:19 AM   #161
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PIA Fokker F-27 Peshawar-Chitral
By Moazzam Ali


Qatar Airways Airbus A300-600 viewed from PIA Fokker F-27 cabin window at Peshawar
Airport.


Takeoff from Peshawar; view of Jamrud Road.


Climbing steadily


’Nanga Parbat’ - The Killer Mountain - viewed from the flight deck of PIA Fokker F-27 flying from Gilgit to Islamabad in 1983.


Decending into the Chiltral Valley


Countryside


Chitral River?


Chitral Airport
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PK306 from Karachi to Lahore
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Dalbandin Airport with information by First Officer Aroosh Naqvi (forum member AN)


Finals at Dalbandin Airport (DBA), possibly the remotest airport PIA operates into. It is also the highest elevation 3120 feet, with a runway of only 1524m and a minimal width of about 75 '.


ASSL also operate their Fokker F-27-500 (AP-BHZ) into DBA, After flying both aircraft, and doing a careful comparison, the ATR is 39% faster in cruise than the F-27, and 33% more fuel efficient than the F-27. However in my opinion, the F-27 had a character about her that the ATR simply cannot match. Good to see her still in operation around Pakistan and in such good condition too. The example in the picture is one of the last off the production line in the late 80s, and is kept a lot cleaner than PIA's ATRs.


Pano of the airport


Dalbandin is located in Southwestern Pakistan, in Balochistan province.


Surprise surprise...our nuclear tests were done not to far here. This airport was used during the late 1990s for our nuclear tests!
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PIA ATR 42-500 Avoiding Storm
by Aroosh Naqvi

A very interesting set of photos with information by First Officer Aroosh Naqvi (forum member AN).

I operated PK 342/343 KHI-LYP-KHI on the 11th of June 2008. On the outbound leg of the flight we witnessed several thunderstorms spread from Sukkur till about 200 miles west of Sukkur, drifting east towards the border. Whilst there was no problem on the outbound leg, we knew we would have to deal with these storms on the return leg.
Sure enough as we reached Rahim Yar Khan, we received several briefings from other aircraft regarding the thunderstorms which had now drifted uptill the border and were not possible to penetrate.

Thankfully the Pakistani ATC had coordinated with the Indian ATC and all aircraft flying on the Nawabshah - Rahim Yar Khan route were given permission to deviate east to navigate around the thunderstorms by entering Indian airspace.

Sure enough there was a 20 miles gap between the line of thunderstorms and we only had to cross about 10 miles into Indian airspace. I managed to take some pictures of the powerful phenomenon, as well the corresponding radar images to better illustrate what a pilot sees when he is approaching weather and how it is typically dealt with.

The first picture shows the radar image as we cross Rahim Yar Khan heading south west towards KHI. I have numbered the cells on the radar image and the corresponding cells in the actual picture as we saw it through the windshield. Keep in mind though that the pictures of the storms were taken with long exposures and when you are visually monitoring these phenomenon it is very difficult to make them out on a dark night, except for the bright lightening strikes which can be very deceiving when trying to determine the size of the storm cells. Hence the camera is actually seeing more than we could with our own eyes.


EHSI (Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator)

At the bottom center of the EHSI is our aircraft, with the numbers 0.00R beneath it indicating we are 0 miles off track, or directly on our track. The track we would be flying extends straight upwards from the aircraft.

RK: Rahim Yar Khan
ZOHAR, BIMLA: Navigation checkpoints.
DTRK 219 To DME2 9.0nm: we are on a direct track of 219 degrees heading TO the station which our Distance Measuring Equipment (DME #2) shows is 9.0nm away.
9 ^: wind at this position is 9 knots on the direction of the arrow.
GSPD 276kts: Our ground speed is 276 knots.

I have drawn in by hand the aprox location of the Indian border, which is of course not actually visible in our navigation display, but between RK and Zohar, the flight path for aircraft lies only 18 - 20 nm from the border, and crossings without prior permission are a big no no. It is usually a tight squeeze to pass between weather on one side and the border on the other, however as I previously explained we were given permission to cross the border on this day.

The first arc is the 100 nm arc, with the second arc being 200nm from our position meaning the display is set to show upto 200nm. What you see at position zohar is a large thunderstorm.

The color green on the radar represents moisture such as found in clouds.
Yellow indicates heavier moisture content, and is very rough. Red indicates severe weather and is usually associated with intense thunderstorms, of which there are several indicated on the display. Our concern though was with the large one around position zohar which lay directly on our flight path, and would surely be devastating to fly through.

To turn right and try and fly around it would mean having to go west till we passed all the storms (of which the display shows several spreading all the way to the right) which would mean a deviation of upto 180 nm to clear all the storms visible. However as can be seen there is sufficient gap between the number 1 and 4 storm cells, which is clearly illustrated in the actual picture of the horizon. It is this gap which we eventually flew through, and did not even feel a bump, much to the relief of the passengers, who through their side windows could only see thunderstorms and intense lightening on both sides of the aircraft.


Shows the actual picture as was told by the radar image. Numbers on the picture correspond to numbers on the radar image. The border lights however are real and can easily be seen from the cockpit and I have not enhanced these in any way. The white patches in the clouds is of course lightening which has a tremendous ability to light up the entire sky.


Captain Mohsin Khan, who also happens to be a general manager in PIA's safety division, carefully watches the EHSI to ensure we fly the best path between the storms to ensure safety and passenger comfort.


I allow myself a grin as we clear the weather without as much as a bump. To my right is the large storm (numbered 1, 2 and 3 in previous pictures) at position Zohar, which is lit up at the moment with lightening. Also clearly visible is the wing and propeller disc as we had switched on the wing inspection light to monitor and ice accretion.
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Old June 29th, 2008, 07:51 AM   #165
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PIA Boeing 747-367 (AP-BFW) In Action
By Aroosh Naqvi

Whilst taxing out for PK-342 yesterday, we were lucky enough to have AP-BFW startup and taxi out ahead of us. It was truly breathtaking to see the Jumbo back in operation with PIA, and sure enough as she taxied out she blew up dust all the way.

On her take-off roll the sun was just setting, which I found quite ironic, as we had all thought the sun had set on the PIA 747s for good, but sure enough she's back flying till at least 2010. On her takeoff roll she blew tremendous amounts of dust and finally when she rotated, disappeared into a large dust cloud kicked up behind her by her powerful RB211 engines, only to appear moments later emerging from the dust cloud more graceful than ever.

I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I did taking them. Apologies for the low quality on the last few pictures, but at about an 8000' takeoff roll, my 300mm lens was taxed to its limits especially considering I was shooting through about an inch of ATR windshield glass.

The final picture in the sequence shows how much dust the outboard engines threw up. Perhaps PIA should start charging CAA for dust blowing its runways clean.












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Old June 29th, 2008, 07:55 AM   #166
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PK B777's @ London Heathrow Part-33


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Old June 29th, 2008, 07:57 AM   #167
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AirBlue Plans Massive Gulf Expansion
By Ashfaq Ahmed, Chief Reporter

* AirBlue to add 14 more flights to Dubai
* Also planning to start flights for Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Muscat and Jeddah

Published: June 26, 2008, 00:03

DUBAI: AirBlue, Pakistan's largest private airline, has planned massive expansion in the Gulf region with its biggest flight operation to Dubai, said a senior official.

"We are all set to add 14 more flights to Dubai from destinations in Pakistan," said Syed Nasir Ali, managing director of Air Blue, who has come to finalise talks on the airline's expansion with the local authorities.

"In addition to Dubai, we are also planning to start flights to Sharjah and Abu Dhabi soon," Ali told Gulf News.

Air Blue launched its operation from Dubai three years ago with a daily flight to Karachi. Currently, the airline operates 21 flights per week from Dubai to four major cities in Pakistan.

"We have received trem-endous response from Dubai and our policy of low fares and quality service also helped us get more passengers," Ali said, adding that the airline would operate 35 flights per week from Dubai after a couple of months

He said the Air Blue is the first Pakistani airline, which offers complete e-ticketing and online seat reservation facility to its passengers.

About the expansion plans in the Gulf region, Ali said that the airline would soon start operation to Kuwait, Muscat and Jeddah. "We have also got rights to fly to Delhi in India and we are very excited about it," he said.

"Formal announcements about flights and schedule to new destinations will be made on August 14 - the Independence Day of Pakistan," he said.

Regarding the fleet expansion plans, Ali said that the airline had already placed a $800 million order to Airbus for purchase of 14 aircraft. The delivery of the new equipment will start in July 2009.

http://www.gulfnews.com/business/Aviation/10223810.html
http://www.airblue.com/
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CAA Begins Expansion Work at Skardu & Gilgit Airports



ISLAMABAD, Jun 28 (APP): Farooq Rahmatullah Director General Civil Aviation Authority on Saturday inaugurated the extension work of existing terminal building of Skardu Airport. The project will cost Rs. 37.5 Million and will be completed in 18 months.

Talking to media, DG CAA said the existing facilities of Arrival and Departure lounges and car parking capacity will be doubled to cater increased passengers.

Besides this the DG laid down the foundation stone of New Terminal Building at Gilgit Airport. The project will cost approximately Rs 50 Million and its completion time is 18 months.

During the visit the DGCAA along with CAA experts had a aerial survey regarding extension of the existing runway in order to facilitate the loaded Aircraft for landing and takeoff.

While re-carpeting of runway will cost about Rs 80 Million. The completion of these projects will boost tourism activities in these areas.

Farooq also addressed the staff members at Skardu Airport and informed about the restructuring and policies of the Authority.

The DG assured the staff to provide better working environment. He mentioned about three bonuses given to the employees on performance appraisal basis. He assured the employees to facilitate them keeping in view the problems of hard areas.

It is for the first time during the last 25 years any Director general of CAA has visited Northern Area Airports.

The DG CAA was accompanied by Amir Habbib Khan Regional Director (North) and Zafeerullah Khan Acting Director Works CAA.

Source: www.app.com.pk

* Skardu, Gilgit Airports To Be Equipped With Modern Facilities

SKARDU, June 27: Skardu and Gilgit airports will be equipped with modern facilities to maintain the schedule of flights even in bad weathers.

These views were expressed by Director General Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Farooq Rehmatullhah, while inaugurating the ground breaking ceremony of a new terminal at Skardu Airport.

He said a team of experts was being sent to Switzerland to study the latest landing system of flights in the cloudy weather. On its return, the team will introduce this modern technology in the mountainous areas, especially in Skardu and Gilgit, with the help of the government.

He said well-equipped airports would help promote tourism in the Northern areas.

The director general said a new aviation policy had been drafted under which private persons or companies would be allowed to build their own helipads and they would be able to launch their own flight service or helicopter service.

“Besides, no landing charges would be levied in Northern Areas. However, the policy was to be approved by the federal cabinet,” he added.

Mr Farooq said Skardu airport building was old and the passengers were facing hardships because of it.

After completion of this project, the people would get latest facilities in the new building at Skardu airport.

He said work on this project would be launched within one month and would be completed by next year at a cost of Rs50 million.

http://www.dawn.com/2008/06/28/nat10.htm
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Old June 30th, 2008, 08:21 AM   #169
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Great posts. I especially like that storm story.
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Emergency Landing of PK770 at Milan Airport



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A Pakistan International Airlines, flight PK770 originating from Paris had to make emergency landing at Milan Airport in Italy after encountering hailstorm during flight.

The hailstorm has damaged aircraft cockpit windshield, nose radome/radar and dented sections of fuselage. All 280 passengers & crew aboard the aircraft are safe.
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Here's another photo of damaged PIA Boeing 777-240ER (AP-BHX) sent by forum member AM.



Aircraft getting damaged by hailstorm is something not new in airline industry and in some such incidents in the past aircraft have been damaged beyond repair. The good thing is that AP-BHX crew managed to make safe emergency landing and saved lives of everyone aboard the aircraft.

Air traffic controllers could also be responsible for this incident. I believe Italian or EU aviation officials will take part in investigation because this incident happened in their air-space and we'll have to wait for initial investigation report to know how this incident happened and whether it was avoidable or not. Unlike CAA in Pakistan, aircraft accident/incident reports are released by aviation authorities for general public viewing in most of western countries.
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Pakistan International B772 Near Milano On Jul 2nd 2008, Clear Air Turbulence
By Simon Hradecky, created Thursday, Jul 3rd 2008 13:07Z, last updated Thursday, Jul 3rd 2008 13:09Z

A Pakistan International Airlines Boeing 777-200, registration AP-BHX performing flight PK-770 from Paris CDG (France) to Milano Malpensa (Italy) with 80 people on board and further on to Lahore (Pakistan), performed an emergency landing into Milano Malpensa, after the airplane was damaged in clear air turbulences, PIA officials said. No injuries have been reported.

The airplane is being repaired and is currently scheduled to resume its flight with a delay of 24 hours.

Source: The Aviation Herald
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AirBlue Landing In Sharjah
By Sarmad Khan
July 15. 2008 9:01PM UAE / July 15. 2008 5:01PM GMT

SHARJAH - Airblue, Pakistan’s largest private carrier, will start flying twice a day from Sharjah to Pakistan in the first phase of the airline’s plan to expand services in the Gulf and South Asia.

The airline will operate its two newly acquired Airbus A319s to two destinations in northern Pakistan, beginning on Aug 14.

“The plans are to fly to two of the four northern destinations in Pakistan, including Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad or Peshawar,” said Syed Nasir Ali, the managing director of Airblue. “Two destinations will be finalised once all the approvals have been secured from Sharjah aviation authorities.”

The 14 flights a week from Sharjah will take the total number of Airblue flights from the UAE to 35 a week. The airline currently operates 21 flights a week from Dubai to four destinations in Pakistan, and is also looking to expand its service from Dubai.

Mr Ali said last month that the airline had held negotiations with Abu Dhabi authorities and planned to launch flights from the emirate to Peshawar and Islamabad “soon”.

He added that Airblue would introduce flights to Muscat, in Oman, and to Kuwait in October as the second phase of the airline’s expansion got under way. Airblue has already secured landing rights in Muscat and is in the final stages of negotiating for rights in Kuwait.

“We are also looking at the possibility of starting Jeddah operations to get a share of Hajj and Ummrah traffic,” Mr Ali said.

Airblue has also set its sights on the Indian market and has secured approval from the Indian and Pakistani authorities to start flights between Lahore and Delhi this winter.

Airblue plans to announce an initial public offering of shares next year to fund 14 new A320 Airbus aircraft worth about US$800 million (Dh2.94bn). Mr Ali, however, would not say how much the airline intended to raise, or what stake of the company it would offer. “We are at the planning stage right now and a decision will soon be made,” he said, adding that the airline would complete three years of operations in August, the prerequisite for a public offering in Pakistan.

Counting the two A319 aircraft that Airblue recently added, the carrier currently has a fleet of eight Airbus aeroplanes . From the middle of next year, Airblue is scheduled to receive a new Airbus aircraft every three months.

“We will have about 18 aircraft once we get the full delivery. We will phase out the older aircraft as well,” Mr Ali said.

He added that Airblue was also looking at the option of acquiring a wide-bodied aircraft, possibly an A330, to service its long-haul route to Europe.

“With the addition of these new aircraft to the fleet, Airblue will expand operations to more European destinations, including London, Scandinavia and also more destinations in the Middle East, Far East and Saudi Arabia,” he said.

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PIA B777 Stuck at New York's JFK Traffic Jam
Photos by Aroosh Naqvi

Coming out of John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), New York, recently we got stuck in a REAL traffic jam. Below is the explanation for the cost of the traffic jam and what it costs time/fuel/money wise, after which I don’t think any of you will ever complain about being stuck in traffic.

Taxing out of JFK at 9pm, PK-721 was told she was number 26 in the departure sequence!! From startup till takeoff, PK-721, a Boeing 777-300ER with 393 passengers and 18 crew on board took 1 hour and 22 minutes, during which time she burnt 1.7 tonnes of jet fuel. At a specific density of 0.77kg/litre of fuel that equates to approximately 2210 litres. At a cost of around Rs. 84 per litre that means PK-721 burnt Rs. 185,000 of fuel before she even took off!!


Captain Shuja Naqvi and First Officer Ather Haroon on the flight deck of a PIA Boeing 777-340ER at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), New York

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I never thought about the fuel that gets wasted while waiting on the tramac for takeoff. Didn't think it would be that much.
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I am wondering that on an Airport Like Peshawar Airport, where there is no ILS Landing System, how do the Aircraft make night landings specially in foggy weathers. Most of the landings at Peshawar Airport are made from Runway 35, which just has a NDB and DME and no ILS. I guess even the runway approach lights are also very few in number while the other end Runway 17 doesnt even have approach lights. Then how comes these jets land at night. Visual Approach at daytime is understandable but night landings?????

Anyone of you having pictures of Peshawar Airport Runway lit up at night????
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